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Disciplines for Full-Time Faculty at AACSB Member Schools
As part of the annual Global Salary Survey, AACSB collects counts of full-time faculty by their primary discipline. Knowing which disciplines receive focused attention from a large part of a school's faculty can give an idea of which disciplines are considered part of the core set taken by most of that school's students.
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Next eNEWSLINE Live to Focus on Collaborations that Matter
In this eNEWSLINE Live episode, Dean Huss of the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University will share his insights on how to create and maintain a successful collaboration on various levels, and opportunities they have provided his school and the advancement of management education.
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Reflections from the Deans Conference
> Defying Fear to Lead Innovation
If you were wondering where your business school's dean disappeared to last week, it is quite possible he or she joined one of the nearly 600 individuals attending AACSB's Deans Conference in San Francisco. The notion that the city offers a glimpse into the "next world," as 19th century writer and poet Oscar Wilde suggests, was unquestionably present during this year's Deans Conference in the middle one of the world's innovation meccas.

> Times are a Changing
The times are certainly "a-changin," as Bob Dylan said in his hit-song from 1964. Robert Sullivan, dean of the Rady School of Management and chair of the AACSB International Board of Directors led off his introduction to Cameron Anderson's plenary session at the 2014 Deans Conference in San Francisco with lyrics from Bob Dylan.

ICAM Early Registration Deadline is February 24
The early registration discount deadline is quickly approaching. Register by February 24 and receive 200 USD off the regular registration rate. Bring three or more attendees from your school for additional savings. Don't miss this rare opportunity and AACSB's first ICAM in Asia. Take part in history by joining more than 700 of your colleagues who have registered!
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Conference on Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), February 21st
The PRME Conference will be complemented by the Signatory Act of the PRME Chapter for the German speaking countries and include several distinguished guests. A detailed program and registration information can be found at:
www.prme.mci.edu

Latest BizEd Articles
> The Search is On
Business Schools take 18 months, on average, to hire a new dean—a long time to be left without a permanent leader. But by committing to a plan and a few key principles, the University of Alabama shortened the process to just 16 weeks.

> Crossing Over
What skills and strengths do top executives bring when they leave the corporate world to take jobs as business school deans?

Association News
> 2014 Board of Directors Election Results
The results of the 2014 Officer and Board of Directors Election are now available. With 453 ballots cast representing members from 52 countries, AACSB welcomes these results as a demonstration of the enthusiasm, interest, and support on the part of members in the organization's leadership and future.

> New BSQ Finances Module Available to AACSB Members
You asked for it, and we have delivered! On February 17, 2014, the annual Business School Questionnaire (BSQ) will be released, along with a new BSQ Finances Module. In return for completing this new section, you will have access to a range of reports designed to help you better benchmark your own financial models and strategies against those of other schools.

> Seven Schools from Six Countries Earn AACSB International Accreditation in Business

Latest Blog Articles
> Reviewing Trends in U.S. Minority Business Doctoral Completions (Part 1)

 









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